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I hail from a country with several ethnic groups of people and a metropolitan of culinary delights!
So yesterday was my day off and my turn cook curry. My family loves curry as well.
Since we are all “languishing” at home, food can be a good servant or a bad master.
I thought I would put my recipe down if anyone is interested, so here goes.
Ingredients: 3 lbs chicken chicken, clean and seasoned to your taste. Add 6 heaping tablespoons of curry to the chicken and allow to marinate for about 4 hours, overnight if you have the time Chop/grate 4-6 medium cloves of garlic Chop/grate 1 medium onion. 1 Tbsp of whole cumin seeds I Tbsp Garam Masala powder 2 medium Irish potatoes Salt to taste
Grated garlic, onion & celery to be added to my meat.
Cleaned chicken before seasonings are added
I’ve added the seasonings and some curry to marinate
Pic of the Garam Masala
This is a curry powder imported directly from Guyana I’ve added the seasonings and some curry to marinate, more curry will be added at time of cooking. I added 4 heaping Tbsps Indi Madras curry powder to marinate Cumin seeds blooming in oil (just about 2 mins, do not allow them to burn) Next I add the chopped onion and garlic, do not let garlic burn as it will taste bitter and spoil the taste of your food. Add another 2 heaping tablespoons of curry powder to the pan stirring continuously allowing it to “fry/cook” for 1 minute. I add my seasoned chicken and let sear a little before adding water. Cover your pot so that the natural juices that escape from the meat all meld together creating a delicious sauce. Cook on low heat for approx. 45 mins to 1 hour until chicken is thoroughly cooked or done enough for you. I also add Irish potatoes to the food when it’s two/thirds cooked. Check for seasoning according to your taste. Now you can make taste to your liking. There are several other ways to enjoy curry but we will explore those at a later date. If you have never tried a curry dish, you are missing out on a great culinary experience. Put with rice and enjoy. See picture above.
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14 thoughts on “Guyanese Curried Chicken”
I love curry chicken. This looks so good. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
Lol, showing off the one good dish I can cook.
How are you doing?
Well, it looks scrumptious. I am well. And you?
This looks great. I will have to try this. We eat a lot of chicken and I have been looking for a new way to make it. I think this will be on the menu soon. Thanks for sharing.
Let me know if you try it.
I will. It will have to wait until we make our next grocery run. But I will let you know how it turns out.
I like it for a few reasons – straight forward, looks yummy, not a crazy amount of ingredients! Irish potatoes, not sure what that is? – are they green? Lucky? harvested on St Patrick’s day? sold by leprechauns? Sorry my friend – couldn’t resist (happy face)
Lol, just good old fashioned potatoes. I like the humor, something to lighten the mood. God knows.
Good on this end… tired of hearing the destruction of this evil. We will remain diligent.
Thanks for sharing this sis. I will give it a try sometime. 🤗
Ok my dear. Hope you will post some as well that I can try in try as well.
Smiles. Okay. Home delivery or e- delivery?.
I really wish I could. 🙈🙂
You don’t cook?
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